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Engaging the Next 10%
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Frugal Innovations for Student Engagement in Online & Campus Courses 
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Why is more collegial sharing important to help improve education - especially now?

Technology can help faculty improve student engagement in courses - without adding unrealistic workloads for themselves or their students.

There is an overabundance of  low-threshold resources that are easily accessible, low-cost, and non-intimidating,  that faculty members can use to improve courses quickly and effectively. 
Collegial sharing of such improvements is already common among some colleagues, even though it is not well-supported or well-organized.  In fact, most of 
these valuable resources are not known or used by more than five to 
ten percent of all faculty members. 

  • Higher education good at selecting, collecting, organizing, making accessible
  • Higher education bad at engaging
  • Next 10%

More intentional, supported collegial sharing could accelerate and sustain more cumulative, widespread, and significant improvement in education. 

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